Note: Vroom will verify your vehicle information is accurate during pickup. Inaccurate information may result in a reduced offer or voided offer.
Title brands indicate whether a used vehicle has sustained damage or might be potentially unsafe to drive. If a vehicle's title has been "branded," it is an official designation made by a state agency and should appear on the vehicle's title paperwork.
No history of salvage or automaker defects listed on the title, may or may not have money borrowed on the vehicle.
The vehicle has been previously acquired by the manufacturer due to a warranty defect that impaired use or safety.
Vehicle is a salvage vehicle but has now been repaired and restored to operation.
Vehicle has an odometer reading that is inaccurate.
Excellent or like-new condition. Little or no wear and tear. No stains.
Average condition. No damage to seats or carpets. Minimal wear and tear. Minor stains.
Clear signs of use. Excessive wear and tear. Multiple burns, defects, or stains.
Excellent or like-new condition. Little or no wear and tear. Vehicle has never been repainted.
Average condition. Normal wear and tear including small dents, dings, and scratches. No accidents of any kind. Vehicle has never been repainted.
Clear cosmetic defects that require correction. Evidence of rust.
If you're not sure, assume you've driven 12,000 miles per year.
Mechanically excellent. Able to pass an emissions test. Any minor issues have been corrected.
Mechanically sound. Able to pass an emissions test. Any minor issues have been corrected.
Mechanically deficient. May be unable to pass an emissions test. Issues or defects that will require correction.
(select all that apply)